Many people use their laptop lids as canvasses to express themselves with stickers and decorative skins. The Brik case takes for MacBooks takes things a step further and lets you customize it however you like with plastic LEGO-style bricks.
The GIF is one of the internet’s native art forms and few websites have as big a repertory of the medium as Imgur. Still, finding the right GIF can be hard, and making your own is even harder, so the website is now introducing its own GIF creator.
When a user visits your website, you have 5 seconds to grab their attention. Okay, maybe that’s not always true but none the less you want to make sure there’s a banana (banana being the key element you want your users to look at) to grab their attention.
Are you working on designing your new portfolio site or personal website? Unsure of where to start or how to make it look professional? What type of design elements should you focus on when you are working on your site?
One of the most dynamic roles in the world of web today is that of the front-end developer. Always keeping up with design and code trends, it is the front-end specialist who keeps a website’s experience on the cutting edge.
This video is by HomelessFonts which is a project created by The Arrels Foundation. What I love most about this project is that not only can you purchase these beautiful handwritten fonts for yourself or your business, but the homelessfonts.org website also includes profiles for each font creator.
After staying relatively quiet for most of 2013, Skrillex is back and ready to boogie. Today, he’s dropped dates for “The Mothership Tour”, a massive North American jaunt that includes headlining shows and festival appearances through the end of August.
At TechCrunch‘s Disrupt NY conference, Grace Choi, founder of Mink, presented a desktop printer that will change the way we buy makeup. “The makeup industry makes a whole lot of money on a whole lot of bullshit,” said Choi at the start of her presentation.
What does a company do to convince potential customers that its product is genuinely waterproof? Well, aside from saying so on the packaging, it can sell the product already immersed inside a bottle of water.
Google today announced a new Chrome experiment in partnership with LEGO: Build with Chrome. In short, you can use your mouse or touchscreen to build something out of the colorful bricks directly in your Web browser, share them on Google+, and explore what others have already built.